Health, Education and Security are the three pillars deemed essential for human development.
All the gains of civilization face the potential loss of their value if safety is threatened. High-value property could transform from a source of strength to the individual or corporation into a liability or weakness that threatens stability, all in the absence of advanced technology to protect property and information.
The human’s need for security has been apparent since the dawn of time in the presence of the duality of good and evil as an essential fact of nature. The concept of security has developed in step with human civilization and is not limited to physical security and its primitive form as exemplified by protection from harm caused by natural disasters or war.
Today, security takes different forms, prominent among which is Information Security, and, in an age like today, the odds are in the favor of those who know more. It is the Digital Age.